£85,000 the lot, ...
The boiserie comprises a 17.5m run of panelling (8No. 3-panel sections 154cm wide, 2No. 2-panel sections 107cm wide, 5No. 1-panel sections 62cm wide) – the cornice set at 287cm high - beneath an additional register of fielded panels adding 45cm in height. The format is of repeating long panels above registers of circlets and square dado panels, each carved with gilded foliate clasps and rocaille ornament, a panelled frieze runs above with conforming gilded ornament – all surmounted by the moulded cornice; the vertical panels are spaced at 47cm centres and each element is framed with pilasters - of which there are 16No. (Three of the triple panels respectively incorporate: a discreet service door, a large cupboard door and a secret compartment for silver and flatware). Additionally, an arched overmantel measures 213cm high by 200cm wide, three arched window-ways include embroidered silk hanging pelmets. Lastly, a grand pair of arched entrance doors complete the room, with finely cast brass door furniture, hung within a moulded frame – to the reverse the doors have raised plain moulding.
£12,000 + VAT
the raised and fielded panels with a carved cornice with foliate and dentil registers above a chair rail and conforming dado, the 46 1/2' run incorporating an arched niche with carved spandrels, shelves to the coved interior above a lower cupboard as well as an arched four panel doorway,
the leaf carved "Torus" moulding of ribbon-tied oak leaves, with egg and dart and dental mouldings,
£2,400 + VAT
£1,800 per pair
each carved in relief with foliate ornament and some bearing an heraldic polychrome painted shield.
£1,450 this sign
MADE TO ORDER in traditional typefaces and a huge array of finishes including gilt and mother of pearl. We will design to your specification and make these mirrors in our Oxfordshire workshops to a quoted price and deadline and framed if required. The sample pictured would be priced at £1450 including VAT.
the slope top above the facade with repeating stop-chamfered recessed panels, the ends with carved leafy surmounts; together with five associated panels,